Streets & Utilities
The City of Centerville’s Utility and Street Department is responsible for several services to our citizens, including:
- Processing utility payments
- Street maintenance
- Stormwater management
For information on our utility rate schedules, click here.
Utility Bill Payment Information
The Centerville Utility Department accepts payments in cash, check, money order, and credit and debit cards including Visa, MasterCard, and Discover. Payments can be submitted in person, by mail or by clicking here to pay online. Please make checks payable to:
Centerville Utility Department
300 Church St.
Centerville, GA 31028
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
For questions regarding bill payments or to submit a complaint, please contact [email protected].
Bank Draft Information
The City of Centerville Utilities Department offers bank draft services to our customers. To set up bank draft services, you must visit the Centerville Utilities Office located at 300 E. Church Street to complete the appropriate forms.
Be sure to bring a voided check (or copy of a check). Bank draft will begin the following month. When you receive your next bill, a note on the lower-left corner of your bill will advise you what day your draft will be processed. Bank drafts are typically processed a few days before your due date.
Utility Service Reports & Ordinances
- 2016 Water Quality Report
- 2017 Water Quality Report
- 2018 Water Quality Report
- Outdoor Watering Ordinance
Handicapped customers may apply for assistance with placement of curbside waste containers. Please click on the following link to download this application form.
If your normal pick up day falls on one of these holidays, your garbage will be collected on the next business day after the holiday.
- New Year’s Day
- Independence Day
- Memorial Day
- Labor Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- Christmas Day
City of Centerville Stormwater Program
The City of Centerville’s stormwater program protects and preserves water resources in the city. Every citizen has a role in reducing the impact of stormwater runoff pollution, and this program is dedicated to educating the public about ways to reduce the impacts of stormwater runoff.
- Storm Water Design Manual (Click on the link for more information)
- Storm Water Ordinance (Click on the link for more information)
Top 10 Things You Can Do to Help Solve Water Pollution
- Never dump anything down a storm drain or drainage ditch.
- Recycle motor oil and other vehicle fluids.
- Throw litter in its place.
- Clean up after your pet.
- Check your vehicles for leaks.
- Reduce the amount of household hazardous wastes generated at home.
- Compost yard clippings.
- Use fertilizer and pesticide only when needed.
- If you wash your vehicle at home, do so on the lawn rather than on pavement.
- Tell a friend or neighbor about how to prevent stormwater pollution and get involved in your community.
Centerville Storm Drain Marking Program
We encourage our citizens to get involved in marking storm drains throughout Centerville. Markers are glued to storm structures to tell citizens not to dump pollutants into the storm drains. The participation of volunteer groups is also a way to educate people about stormwater-related issues. Contact our utility department to find out how to volunteer!
The City of Centerville urges citizens to report suspected water quality complaints and erosion issues. City staff will follow up on the complaint and take the necessary action to resolve the issue. To report a violation or file a complaint, please contact Centerville Director of Operations Mike Brumfield at (478) 953-3222 x 243.